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17500
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In the November elections, the voters of North Carolina will have an opportunity to take a significant step towards a general improvement in the administration of justice in the State. Three constitutional amendments affecting the courts are to be voted on at that time: the general assembly shall have the power to prescribe the number of regular Superior court judges in each judicial district; that the chief justice of the Supreme Court shall exercise the authority now exercised by the Governor in the assignment of judges; that any person, when represented by counsel, may waive indictment in all except criminal cases.
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17499
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According to the Supreme Court of North Carolina in Green v. Kitchin, tax monies may be spent for the salaries and expenses of officials while attending training schools to fit themselves the better for the public service.
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17498
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North Carolina falls in the critical bombing area in the event of an atomic war. Several cities and towns have implemented local civil defense directors and are organizing programs of defense.
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